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CR-10S wont resume print HELP!

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My Creality3D CR-10S works fine, but when I want to power it off at night (I have it in my room and it's pretty noisy) during a print, the day after there is no Resume pop-up or even option in the menu :|

I had to modify the .gcode by hand to make it resume from last point, and that was a pain in the ass, it took me an hour to get it working... Worst of all is that I considered the S version specially counting on this update. I tried turning it off while in Pause, during warming, then printing and lastly directly unplugging it as it were a power outage, nothing worked. Any ideas on what could be wrong with the printer? Would a firmware update solve this issue?

 

Thank you in advance!

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